Paste Campaign Posters On Walls In Kaduna And Face The Law

The Administrator of Kaduna Capital Territory Authority (KCTA), Hafiz Bayero has warned politicians to desist from defacing walls and buildings with campaign posters and billboards or face punitive measures.

The Post no Bill order, in time past has been in existence in Kaduna State but implementation was not taken that seriously. However, as campaigns have resumed fully, the Administrator of KCTA said the government would ensure compliance to prevent walls and buildings in the state littered with posters and billboards.

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“We are going to enforce it, if you’ve read our statement the first one issued sometime in June, just before the primary election period we mentioned that if you do that we would fine you, and if you persist we would go to your campaign office and close it down because you are defacing public infrastructure,” he said.

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Hafiz Bayero who spoke in an interview at the weekend explained that the El-Rufai administration has spent a considerable amount of money trying to put Kaduna back to its glory days and even beyond, to take Kaduna to where it should be; and they would not go back to the days of pasting posters on the walls.

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“As you can see since that first Post no Bill order, we have seen a considerable level of compliance For the first time today, you’re seeing people putting their banners at strategic corners and these banners are hung on the wall, they’re very visible. This is what we want to get, societies must continue to improve and must accept change.”

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